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Ubiquitous Computing UX and beyond

Last week, I had a spot for presenting at Mobile Monday Brussels. In fact, being part of the Committee and having received the assignment to coordinate the agenda, I opened that spot myself;oP I felt I had something to tell, … Continue reading

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Why future of TV is not on the TV screen

I’m meeting a lot of incredibly interesting people for the last months, sharing my models and method. It is a very interesting way to get valuable feedback and to challenge my assumptions and findings. When discussion goes deeper in the … Continue reading

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iCloud DICoDEd

So, iCloud has been launched yesterday. Nothing surrealistic has been announced, but a convenient solution for Apple customers. And a major step forward in Apple’s strategy. One may say that Apple planned world domination sending ultra-thin devices such as iPods, … Continue reading

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TV universe doomed in an infinite loop?

Being in an hotel room in New York, I can’t help but look at american television. And as it inspired me already in the past (about the real business sustainable energies are and the american culture in general), I learn … Continue reading

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Media & Fruits Part I: Orange in Daily Motion

Orange bought 49% of Dailymotion. This information is creating some buzz lately, especially related to the backstage discussions: VC’s, french government, Viacom… There are a few interesting strategic implications in this deal: Dailymotion was already profitable, which means they succeeded … Continue reading

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